Step two: Morning routine. Change diaper, make breakfast, fill cups of milk, warn that if the milk is left on the table the cat will drink it and be sick, and the person who left the milk there will clean up after the lactose-intolerant cat.
Step three: Buy some time. Throw in some laundry, pick up some stuff, feel discouraged by dirty house.
Step four: If and only if it is now well after the two children have eaten an entire meal and at least one snack and have finished all their milk, go in the kitchen. Make yourself the fastest meal possible, eg, a cheese sandwich. Use the last of the cheese. Do not concern yourself with nutrition.
Step five: Holding the sandwich, walk into the living room where the children are
Step six: Eat one bite.
Step seven: The younger child will exclaim, "I want bite, momma!" and you will proceed to give him half of your sandwich. Which it turns out is "ucky, momma!"
Step eight: The older child will cry out, "HEY! I want a piece of that cheese!" and you will have to say, as you look at the remaining half of your sandwich, "Um, this is the last piece. But he doesn't like it, so maybe he will share with you."
Step nine: Older child smiles winningly and politely asks younger child for a bite of the ucky cheese. Ucky cheese becomes Best Cheese Ever, and goes straight into younger child's mouth.
Step ten: Give remaining half of sandwich to older child.